SUMMER-SPECIAL: Full-body Treatment with Coconut Oil

ESTIA Sfakiá - ANATRIPSIS health & care

Coconut oil is a marvellous gift from nature. Let’s learn a bit more about what an ANATRIPSIS health & care full-body treatment with coconut oil has in store for our bodies.

Massaging plays an important role when it comes to health. For thousands of years has it been used in health care to increase the circulation, revitalise the tissues, boost the metabolic rate and facilitate self-healing processes from the inside out. Furthermore, the oil deeply nourishes not only the skin by aiding the formation of Vitamin D, but it also is balm for our soul.

Especially in summertime you will benefit from a ANATRIPSIS health & care  full-body treatment with coconut oil. The deeply nourishing and at the same time cooling effect of coconut oil is particularly healing and soothing for dry, sensitive or sun-stressed skin. The high concentration of medium-chain fatty acids make it a very stable oil, powerful anti-microbial agents prevent your skin from infections and the presence of Vitamin E will leave your skin rejuvenated, moisturised and healthy.

For our ANATRIPSIS health & care full-body treatment we use high quality coconut oil from Athos Workshop.


ESTIA Sfakiá at Agios Pavlos, Sfakiano gorge

EXPERIENCE culture & nature

The Sfakiano gorge is a beautiful gorge that starts 2 kilometres east of Chora Sfakion from the Niato plateau and ends after 6.5 kilometres in the Libyan Sea.

Near the entrance of the gorge at Dichalomata you will find the beautifully situated chapel of Agios Pavlos, built by the residents of Sfakia in 1407. Within this magnificent and magical landscape we gathered on this 29th of June for the feast in honour of St. Paul. People came hiking from all directions to attend the Liturgy followed by a parish fair under a tremendous kermes oak, feasting traditionally cooked lamb, rice and lokal wine, all of which the churchhikers carried for hours on their hike to the chapel and prepared right there. 

The Sfakiano gorge itself is one of the greenest in Crete and stretches within a wild natural landscape with steep rocks and an incredibly interesting and rich flora with kermes oak, pine and cypress trees to name just a few. The route through the gorge leads along the riverbank on wild rocks to the beautiful Filaki beach east of Chora Sfakion. 


ESTIA Sfakiá meets the Goddess Hygeia

Healthy Life

According to the transcultural wisdom-teachings and practices, it is the feminine principle, which transfers the male quality into the utmost state. 

The Hippocratic tradition corresponds to that: It is the most subtle water and the most tender fire, which form the healthiest constitution (and therefore the state that is closest to Hygeia).

In this subtle mixture, the mystery of Hygeia reveals itself:

Healing is accomplished through the highest Hygeia principle. It is the feminine principle, the "water" that precedes this phase of completion, which guides the male principle, the "fire", into its most tender quality.

In this sense, the illustrations of Hygeia are to be understood: They do not by way show passivity of Hygeia, but the most tender, healing femininity, subtlest "water" that surrounds and unites the active male healing power (Asklepios). She does not touch the patient, she „sees“ him as a seer.


AVATON dream healing

Healthy Life

AVATON dream healing is named after the dream healing chamber or sanctuary called Avaton (Greek: άβατον) in the ancient Greek temples of Asclepios.

The ancient knowledge of the power of consciousness can be found in the present-day trance therapy.

The AVATON dream healing technique will cautiously unlock the door to your inner self and reconnect with the wisdom that lies within. Hidden emotions will be revealed to help clarify issues, make decisions and "know thyself".

Learn more about the Ancient Art of Healing!


ESTIA Sfakiá´s Mid Summer Remedy

St Johns wort extract

St John’s wort (Hyperici oleum) as an herbal oil extract is a proven remedy. Its active ingredients are primarily essential oils as well as bitter substances and tannins from the blossoms. These components are placed in oil and, during maturation (maceration), their ingredients are transferred to the oil and dye the oil red.
Around the summer solstice it blooms brightly yellow. The plant stores the sun in its leaves in the summer days, in order to provide warmth in winter.

St John's wort extract is used for numerous ailments: it has anti-inflammatory and antibacterial effects, accelerates wound healing and promotes blood circulation. In case of external injuries it provides pain relief, thus is mainly used externally for sports injuries, inflammation and minor wounds and pain relief. Muscle strains, contusion, bruises, haematomas, blisters, burns and abrasions can be treated with it. It relieves aching scars and neurodermatitis and is used in sciatic pain, rheumatism, gout and neuralgias. In addition, due to its warming effects St John’s wort can be used for analgesic massages. 

Careful: Sunbathing should be avoided after using St John's wort extract. When taking antidepressants, the use of St John's wort extract is contraindicated.



HOROS healing dance on June 21

The sun is at its height and summer is in full swing. Time to celebrate the summer solstice and honour the longest day of the year! 

Our HOROS healing dance „Summer Solstice Special“ on June 21 is an invitation to gather and tune into nature’s fertile rhythms. Moving in a circle, as we do in many traditional Greek dances, reflects cosmological movements, offering a wonderful opportunity to honour the vivid rhythms of nature.
It’s time to express gratitude and joy for the life-giving sustenance the sun provides and all that it manifests.





Vivid Tradition

Between May 21 and May 23 the ancient tradition of fire-walking lives on in Greece (as well as in Bulgaria). Dating back to pagan times, the traditional ritual of fire-walking is celebrated in Northern Greece even today. 

Along with the fire-walking ritual, the celebrations include various processions, music and dancing. On the eve of the feasts of Saints Constantine and Helen, while trancelike rhythms of beating drums sound in the background, the Anastenarides take part in dances and enter a state of trance. 

During this trance, they carry the icons of the saints Constantine and Helen and dance ecstatically for hours before walking barefoot across hot coals.

It is largely believed that the ceremony is the survival of an ancient Dionysian ritual which was later given a Christian interpretation to achieve a better reception from the Greek Orthodox Church. This way the age old tradition of the Anastenarides stayed alive over the centuries.
Join us for "Dance is Cult - HOROS healing dance" and learn more about the Anastenaria and other cultic dances: PDF of Dance is Cult. 


Join us Wednesdays for the brand new “360° of Chora Sfakion“!

NATURE mindful hiking with ESTIA Sfakiá in beautiful May!

Together we time travel on our extended walk, that takes us through all four neighbourhoods of Chora Sfakion. Starting in the lively neighbourhood around Chora Sfakion’s old harbour we very soon reconnoitre narrow alleys and lonesome churchyards as we continue our walk through the village. 

Retracing many years of history we will not only hear about Chora Sfakion’s present and past but will also immerse ourselves into the many legends that entwine Chora Sfakion. 

Guided mindfulness exercises will facilitate a moment-by-moment nurturing awareness and expand your peripheral vision. We discover hidden places of beauty along the way and relish the powerful nature of Sfakia that narrates tales of freedom and bygone times. Conscious stopping along the way will bring us into the present moment and deepen our connection to our surroundings. Savouring silence will relax our body and calm our spirit.



Healthy Life

Evdemonia, a concept of bliss

Thousands of years ago, the Greeks discovered new ways of thinking and living. In a present that is characterised by disorientation it seems to be time to revisit these ideas and to share them by connecting to our European roots.

Ancient Greeks were leaders in holistic thinking, viewing the world from an integrated point of view, not just looking at the parts or of our lives as being separate from each other. 

They believed that nothing and no one is separate, but instead that everything is connected. 

They were way ahead of time with their holistic understanding of the integration of body, mind and soul. Ancient as well as and modern Greeks have much to share about truly connecting with each other. They teach us that we are all important individuals and to extend hospitality to others and always include them by sharing and caring. 

All over Greece, building relationships through joining and conversation is an integral part of daily live. It’s all about conversation and connection. The ancient Greeks taught us to embrace the fullness of life – all its ups and downs, joys and sorrows. The appreciation for being alive is part of the Greek DNA. Greece surely would be able to lead the world in teaching a holistic approach to well-being. Taking good care of body, mind and soul is ingrained in their culture. Greeks know that life is about energy, whereas well-being is about keeping this important life energy smoothly flowing. 

Last but not least the ancient Greeks´ advice is to act in accordance with our true nature, awakening our true selves by connecting with whom we really are. They believed in “ευδαιμονία“ (evdemonia), a concept of bliss. We invite you to experience the greek way of well-being!


Καλό μήνα και καλή Πρωτομαγιά!

ΕΥΧΕΣ για έναν ΜΑΓΙΚΟ ΜΗΝΑ  - γεμάτο ΦΩΣ, πανέμορφα ΧΡΩΜΑΤΑ και μεθυστικά ΑΡΩΜΑΤΑ!

Happy Mayday 2019!

Best Wishes for a magic month - full of light, beautiful colours and enchanting flavours!

May Day is called “Protomagiá“ in Greek. The ancient celebration of May Day continued throughout the centuries through various customs and traditions. The May festivities of bygone times included various processions were ancient Greeks would carry flowers to the sanctuaries and temples. The Minoans are believed to have celebrated one of their two major "New Year" celebrations about this time and a flower festival for the Greek god Dionysos was also celebrated at this time.

Ever since antiquity the May Day celebration continued to exist as it is believed that flowers represent the beauty of the gods and bring glory, happiness and health. Over the centuries, the original meaning of May Day was altered and the ancient Greek customs survived as folk traditions.  

Nowadays, in Greece, one of the most popular traditions of May Day is the creation of a May wreath out of the local wildflowers which are then hung on doorways, balconies, on ships and many other places.




The Greek Easter egg tradition

Dying & Cracking: Playful symbolism

As Greek-Orthodox Christians, we dye our eggs on Holy Thursday in a deep red (or a little less intense as we prefer the natural way of dying with dyer´s madder). We crack them playfully and sometimes competitively right after “Χρηστός Ανέστη“ (“Christ has risen”). This tradition - while fun as a game - symbolises multiple things: The egg of course stands for the new life as it contains a new life sealed within it. The red colour represents the blood of Christ, shed on the Cross, and the hard shell of the egg symbolises the sealed Tomb of Christ - the cracking of which symbolises his resurrection from the dead.


Traditional Blossom Water 

Bitter Orange

Traditional manufacture

Ανθόνερο Νερατζιάς - παραδοσιακή παραγωγή


Come and smell the flavour of spring - 

now at ESTIA Sfakiá!

Ελάτε να απολαύσετε το άρωμα του Πάσχα -  

τώρα στην ΕΣΤΙΑ Σφακιά!


Now for YOU available again!

ANATRIPSIS health & care

Experience the health benefits of olive oil and take your time to relax and unwind…

Since ancient times, warm oil massage has been a means of comfort, healing and blessing on an energetic level. 

A touch is worth more than a thousand words. By touching the body, we are able to gently touch the soul, while the oil’s spirit takes care of transformation. A warm oil massage will support your SPRING DETOX and will stimulate your metabolism in a gentle way.



Sage Tea 

Soothing Tonic

Sage tea is an ancient herbal remedy that has been used throughout history to treat a number of ailments.

This Mediterranean herb is best known for being a great tonic not only for women, but for anyone in general. Rich and nutritious this is a herbal tea that should be part of your home remedy collection due to the multitude of uses it has.

Sage tea has many benefits due to the many nutrients, vitamins and minerals. Among these components are vitamins A, B1, B2, B3, C and E, and minerals such as calcium, iron, magnesium and potassium. Sage also contains tannins, antioxidants, thujone, camphor and rosmarinic acid.


Poppy Fields in April 

Spring time

The best time to come to Crete and see a unique range of wild flowers is spring. 

During April and May Crete is covered with wildflowers. There are wild orchids, camomile, anemones, iris, poppies etc.

With over 1700 plants and wild flowers Crete is a colourful and aromatic place especially in springtime. Their fragrances fill the air wherever you go and enchant your senses. 



Beautiful March Impressions

Discover Crete in March and enjoy marvellous impressions such as 

- the enchanted Palm Forrest of Preveli,

- the Flower of Life and its amazing play of light in the  

   Holy Monastery of Preveli,

- Almond blossoms at Akrotiri, 

- striking details of the beautiful Monastery

   Gouverneto at Akrotiri, 

- goat’s paradise in Aradena or 

- the stunning view down on Agios Pavlos from

   Selouda Plateau and much more… 


Now online: OLIVES - Miracles of Nature 2019

Oil Glaze vs. November Blues 

ANATRIPSIS health & care

Hippocrates, the father of medicine, first used the term Anatripsis describing its beneficial effects on body, mind and soul. Benefit, too, from an olive oil treatment and explore the mysteries of ancient healing arts on an exciting healing voyage of discovery.

See more on ANATRIPSIS health & care and the Ancient Art of Healing!

See more on OLIVES - Miracles of Nature, 9-16 November 2019!




Happy New Year!

2019 has just started and we wish everybody a wonderful and marvellous year.

Greece has a lovely tradition of baking a special pie for New Year, to greet the New Year in a nice way and also to celebrate the name day of Saint Basil (Agios Vasilios). 

There exist several traditional recipes that vary slightly from family to family or from region to region. It is called „Vasilopita“ and a „lucky coin“ is hidden inside. The pie receives a blessing and is cut into slices on New Year’s Day. The slices are dedicated to the home, to Christ, to Virgin Mary, to the poor, to the hosts and to Saint Basil followed by each family member from oldest to youngest. Whoever is lucky to get the coin in their slice will have a very lucky new year.




It´s the end of the year 

and ESTIA Sfakiá says…

Thank you!

As another year slightly draws to a close, it’s time for us to give thanks to all our customers, partners and friends that supported ESTIA Sfakiá. 

As a young and small company, it means a lot to us that you chose us to create or complement your holiday experience by showing interest, sharing your time and providing open-hearted encouragement - be it that you travelled Crete’s wild west with us, enjoyed the treatments of the Ancient Art of healing, went on a boat trip along the stunning South Coast, explored the Mountain Worlds or wondered about the 100 churches of Sfakiá, joined us for one of our musical events, harvested olives with us in November or simply stepped by to have a cup of iced herbal tea or spiced coffee - THANK YOU!

We also thank our network of partners and friends that support us and help us create and deliver not only authentic travel experiences but also a diverse and uniquely beautiful seminar and event programme, which connects and inspires people on their many-faceted journey. Their local knowledge and expertise is key to inspirational, intriguing and memorable travel and truly local experiences. 


Reflecting on 2018

This year has been truly exhilarating. 

We founded ESTIA Sfakiá to create a space within which a connectedness between people and cultures, between body and soul can arise. Our aim is to promote and maintain Cretan tradition, nature and life within the framework of a holistic cultural centre that respects community needs.

In July, we officially celebrated our opening of the Culture Centre ESTIA Sfakiá that is located in beautiful Chora Sfakion’s old harbour. At our Centre, we focus on the understanding and appreciation of the three great columns of Cretan life: "Healthy Life“, “Vivid Tradition" and "Powerful Nature“.

As a Travel Agency we also strive to implement sustainable tourism that preserves local tradition, promotes healthy living and protects nature.


Preview into 2019

Besides extending our range of products and services it is a great pleasure for us to offer you a diverse seminar programme, including a very special journey called “Magical Mystery Tour“ through Western Crete in May/June 2019 that will provide a uniquely beautiful experience. 


Last but not least

You might also like to keep sneaking a peek on this blog or our facebook site to enjoy the little treats we will be preparing for you such as the festive carols sung in Greece in these days. It would be of great joy to us to share a very special part of vivid tradition this way, sending you our very best wishes of joy, health and happiness.

We are very much looking forward to stay connected and to share the many facets of healthy life, powerful nature and vivid tradition with you in 2019!  


Lots of love,

Savina and Thomas


Greek Carols  

Christmas, New Year and Epiphany

Carols (kalanda), traditional songs performed on the eves of the twelve-day festive period’s three major celebrations – Christmas, New Year and Epiphany (January 6) – represent a special feature of the country’s customs. As the songs are sung by children who go from house to house to spread hope and joy, the custom is made even brighter.

Greece’s carols are deeply ingrained in byzantine tradition, which, in turn, connects to pagan origins. It is believed that the history of carolling reaches deep into the past and connects with ancient Greece. In fact, there exists evidence of carols written in those past days which are very similar to the ones sung today.


Good day lords 

If it's your bidding 

Of the Christ's divine birth 

I will tell in your manse

Christ is being born today

In the town of Bethlehem 

The heavens rejoice 

And all creation delights

In the cave he is born

Within the horse manger 

The king of the heavens 

And Maker of all . . .

Videoclip Greek Christmas Carol


First of the month and first of the year 

My tall rosemary 

Let our good year begin 

Church with the holy throne

It is the beginning when Christ 

Holy and spiritual 

Will walk on earth 

And cheer us up

St. Basil is on his way 

And will not deign on us

From Kesaria

You're a Lady milady

Videoclip Greek New Year Eve´s Carol


Today is the lights and the enlightenment 

The happiness is big and the sanctification

Down the Jordan River 

Sits our Lady the Blessed Virgin Mary

She carries an organ, a candle she holds 

And pleads with St. John.

St. John Lord and Baptist 

Baptise this divine child of mine

I shall ascend to the heavens 

To gather roses and incense

Good day, good day 

Good day to you master and the missus.

Videoclip Greek Epiphany Carol


On the eve of Christmas, New Years and Epiphany, young children, gathered in groups of two, three or more wander from house to house, singing carols, accompanied by triangle or other simple musical instruments, and spreading joyous messages associated with the festive season. They also express wishes for longevity and luck and are rewarded with some pocket money and a delicious sweets and pastries.

Fortunately, this age-old tradition has remained unaffected especially in rural areas, smaller towns, villages and on islands. The carols are sung on the eves of Christmas, New Years and Epiphany, and they are different for each holiday.



Miracles of Nature

“Olives - Miracles of Nature“ is a confession of love to the tree of trees, the olive tree. A love confession to a small oval miracle, the olive, from which comes the liquid gold of Crete, olive oil - eternal symbols of the ancient Cretan culture. It is also a confession of love to the Sfakiá, probably the most original part of Crete, and its special inhabitants.

It is in Sfakiá that together we time travelled from the Minoan period to today's modern olive cultivation, retracing thousands of years of history, to immerse ourselves in the mythology and beauty that surround Cretan olive culture, which continues to this day to be of fundamental social and economic importance to our beautiful island.

Our focal point was the olive tree, its attributes, its character and its incomparable fruit. We followed the olive´s path from the tree to the plate. In addition, we familiarised ourselves with the health-promoting effect of the olive oil and learned more about the Cretan diet. Moreover, we began to unravel the millennia-old „beauty secret" of olive oil.

What a magnificent tree, what a magnificent fruit, what a magnificent week it was! Get inspired by this year's impressions and join us for the 2019 "OLIVES - Miracles of Nature", Nov 16-23!




Beautiful Sfakiá 

Autumn mood

With the beginning of October autumn has arrived in Sfakiá. Autumn in Crete unfolds its own magic these days. During this time of year, the radiantly summery island is transformed into a place where a sunny and warm autumn climate invites us to linger. The hospitality of the Greeks graciously embraces you while the sea is still pleasantly warm.



Páchnes Moon Landing  

With ESTIA Sfakiá

Páchnes is the second highest mountain (2,453m) of Crete. We start our excursion on 4x4 pickups on a forest and shepherd's slope. We leave the mountain village of Anópolis and escape for a few hours from civilization. The route on the edge of the Lefká Óri (the White Mountains), the largest and most impressive mountain massif on Crete, leads us about 90 min. through the White Mountains. It ends about 2km below the pass Roussiés (2,050 m). From there we hike the approx. 5km to the summit. At the top there is an overwhelming panoramic view of the mountains and the countryside around. Far over in the east, the usually snow-capped peak of the Psilorítis greets us from a distance. In good weather we may even see the peak of the Profítis Ilías in the Taygetos Mountains in the Peloponnese. After a short rest we start the way back. First, it may be a bit hard for us to get up and leave; not because the trail is particularly difficult, but because we feel that in our swift life a precious moment of pause has just passed.

The central part of the Lefká Óri forms an edaphic high desert with almost continuous heights of over 2,000 m. Although precipitation falls especially during the cold season, with the snowmelt all water immediately seeps into the soil, so that the vegetation usually found at this altitude can not thrive (as for example in the equally high neighbouring Ída Mountain). The crystalline limestone of this area is extremely susceptible to erosion. The central summit region of the Lefká Óri is one of the few European desert areas.



40 Cretan herbs 

Α sung recipe

The "40 Herbs" ("Το Σαρανταβότανο"), known on Crete, are a mixture of 40 medicinal plants, all of which come from the Cretan soil. For centuries, this traditional herbal tea mix has served to maintain health and strengthen the life force. The traditional recipe contains all the power of the Cretan Earth and the wild medicinal herbs that grow in abundance in the mountains of Crete. Still in the 20th century, the midwives in southern Crete bathed the newborn in "40 herbs". In this way, the infants received the flavours and power of the native Earth.

The mixture contains 40 fragrant medicinal plants such as Dittany, Malotira, Thyme, Sage, Pennyroyal, Rosemary, Jasmine, etc. All the plants are sung in a traditional Cretan song. As a result, the recipe has been preserved over the years. Song and recipe are Cretan heritage and are passed down from generation to generation. In this unique combination of culture, folk medicine and centuries of experience, the legacy of the old Cretans still lives on.




News from the bee hive  

Thyme Honey from Sfakiá

Beekeeping has a long tradition on Crete. According to mythology it has been the Nymphs that introduced the secrets of beekeeping to the humans. Myths also tell, that it was a bee called Melissa, that fed the newborn Zeus with nectar.

On of the most impressive and important archaeological finds on Crete is the honeybee pendant of Malia (Minoan, 15th century B.C.).

For thousands of years it has been a special species (Apis mellifera) that provides the high quality honey on Crete. Wild thyme honey from Sfakiá is probably the most famous honey on Crete. Its intense, aromatic flavour lends it to a wide range of culinary uses. In addition, thanks to its essential oil thymol, thyme has an anti-inflammatory, pain-relieving and antiseptic effect.



Ready, steady, loom! 

ESTIA Sfakiá starts weaving

Weaving is a Cretan tradition that has been passed down from generation to generation. A few decades ago every household had a loom. Today only a few looms are in operation and few people still master the craft and know the beautiful, complex patterns from memory. It is therefore our pleasure that the loom of the Stamatakis family, which has been sitting unused in a storage room for many years, has found a new home at our place.

Kyria Maria from Anopoli has been visiting us these days tirelessly, patiently and persistently at work. Thread by thread was passed through the fine comb, pulled and stretched. Yarns and strings were pulled tightly, changed here and there, pushed back and forth, innumerable knots knotted, ribbons tied and strapped, wood squeaked, rods were repeatedly adjusted.

Finally, both joy and astonishment were great when the shuttle flew from one side to the other between the threads, shot back again and again and again…






Herbal Extract of St. John’s Wort (Hypericum perforatum)

“Magical solar power in extra virgin organic olive oil“

Blossoms and buds of St. John's Wort are placed in oil and, during maturation, their ingredients are transferred to the oil. They also dye the oil red.        



Daskalogiannis  anniversary

Ioannis Vlachos better known as Daskalogiannis was born in Anópoli, Sfakiá. Due to his education he was called “Daskalos“ - teacher. In 1770 he led the 5th Cretan revolt against Ottoman rule. The dance Pentozalis (“5 steps“) reminds of that rebellion and according to tradition was danced by Daskalogiannis and his men before entering the battlefield. 

19/05 - 02/06/2018 

Travel with ESTIA Sfakiá 

Crete’s Wild West - Breathe the spirit of freedom!

Close your eyes and breathe deeply! Listen to the sound of silence, experience wild nature and sense the spirit of freedom! On Crete, freedom is not just a word. On Crete you feel freedom and breathe it. Freedom is the Cretan’s most precious asset.

Sfakiá in the southwest of the island was an enclave of freedom for many years. It is the wildest and most pristine region of Crete and still retains as much freedom today as Europe has to offer these days. Nature here is wilder, the spirit of the inhabitants spreads freedom, the history of resistance is palpable. Sfakiá is home to a people whose hospitality is proverbial, gently lapped by the turquoise waters of the Libyan Sea.

At the same time, Crete's "Wild West" is more than just Sfakiá. It has many faces: rugged landscapes, wild mountains, fertile plains, but also enchanting beaches and cultural history - testimonies of the fearless dedication to freedom.



May Day - Protomagia

May Day has its roots in ancient times. It is the celebration of spring on the first day of May. Ancient Greeks have dedicated May to Demeter, the goddess of agriculture, and to her daughter Persephone, who would return to her mother in the fifth month of the year after spending the winter with Hades in the underworld.

In today´s Greece people pick flowers and use them to weave a wreath that will hang on their door. The drying process symbolizes the vivid rhythms of nature, genesis and passing. On Crete the previous year´s wreaths are thrown into the sea.


Blessing of Animals

The blessing of animals in honour of St. George, the patron saint of shepherds and animals takes place on April 23rd in Asi Gonia, Crete. 

Following an old tradition a spectacular ceremony in remembrance of St. George is being held where the shepherds and their animals are being blessed with basil and holy water by the priest.


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